Stitching the fabric over it. It is the people that are proficient at stitching over fabric that are the most successful. Mastering this skill is not all that easy. However, perseverance and persistence, it is possible to integrate your embroidery skills into your own projects.
Preparing the fabric for embroidery by hand is the first thing that you should do to protect it from fraying. This is done by covering the edges using masking tapes , or cutting the edges using shears. Then, you use machines to fix the edges by using an unidirectional stitch. Following that, place the design template on the fabric. This is done by trace it using a water-soluble pen.
Once you’ve traced the idea, you can place your fabric onto a frame or a hoop to ensure enough tension is available for clean stitching. After the fabric has been secured onto the hoop the project with a knot approximately one inch away from the starting point and start working your way around the pattern using a sequence of embroidery stitches that are small. After you have finished embroidering, secure the thread by stitching it into the back. To learn more about beginner’s guides to embroidery, see the above video. 1lyk4g4dz9.